Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa sat down Friday to speak with Up and Adams host Kay Adams and former NFL player Nate Burleson.
The group discussed a variety of topics, but when asked about the recent birth of his son. Tagovailoa lit up with a smile.
“It’s the best thing in the world, it changes your lens on everything,” Tagovailoa said. “I would say for me most importantly, how you talk to people, how you treat people, and how you look at other kids now. Life becomes enhanced.”
With @Tua now being a dad, it makes him want do things outside of the NFL to help himself… he will be doing judo every Friday to understand his body and how to fall 🥋
— Up & Adams (@UpAndAdamsShow) February 10, 2023
The former Alabama signal caller has had a couple of scary concussions this year, but isn’t letting that change his mindset on the game.
“I don’t think it forces me to be afraid of wanting to come back and play. It definitely makes me want to do things to help myself by hopefully not being in those positions next year. We got like a plan set up and i will be doing Judo on Fridays just so I can figure out understanding my body and how to fall, and things like that,” Tagovailoa said.
Tagovailoa was officially cleared from concussion protocol on February 1st and will go into next season healthy and ready to go.